NSA may stop vacuuming Americans' phone data
The National Security Agency is reviewing whether to stop collecting a vast stockpile of records of Americans’ telephone calls by allowing telecommunications companies to retain the data until U.S. intelligence officials have a specific reason to review it for possible connections to terror plots.
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